How much did INTC spend on SW from DWCH this year?
Maybe they figured out that all this data visualization sw is crapola.
That's no way to talk about your glorious Alma Mater the USofA now is it? You're fortunate they don't throw traitors in jail (well at least those they can't catch, anyway ha). Maybe you'd feel better defecting to Canada.
Who cares... their website reports have everthing you need. Overall results okay but poor guidance. The only bright spot I see is that lighting products division grew nicely in Q4 over Q3.
Revs 208160 vs 176691
Gross Profit 60573 vs 48487
Gross Margin 29.1 vs 27.4
Bring it on.... bought some far OTM protective puts in case management screws up yet again on earnings or more likely issues a mediocre forecast.
What's with the big pullback... even the lowball $12B estimate values this at ~103. I do see a lot of open interest in the Aug expiry options though... maybe it's related to that. Guess we'll know for sure in a few days.
What an idiotic comment to make. Was Belushi not his friend? Is Belushi not recognized as a great comedian, just like Robin was? Both were addicts... so what? I'll bet if you asked Robin who he was closer to and admired more - John or Christopher - he'd say John hands down..
What's the matter stupidperson? Are drugs illegal in Heaven? Did John Belushi go to Hell? Will Robin join him in Hell since he committed suicide? Is there no Heaven or Hell? Inquiring minds want to know.
Well that was a quick response by the firm with regard to this possibility. So the answer is NO.
@@@@CALGARY, Alberta, Aug 11 (Reuters) - Enbridge Inc, Canada's largest pipeline company, said on Monday it has no plans to imitate rival Kinder Morgan Inc's $44 billion plan to consolidate its publicly traded units into a single company. Enbridge, whose separately traded affiliates include Enbridge Energy Partners and Enbridge Income Fund Holdings Inc, said it has no interest in returning those companies into the corporate fold and cannot see a competitive advantage coming from such a move. "Enbridge already has a highly competitive cost of capital, and is well positioned to deliver double-digit dividend per share and earnings per share growth through 2017," Graham White, a spokesman for the company, said in an email.
I wonder if ENB would benefit from a similar move with ENF.TO. Maybe the path to riches for ENF.TO shareholders is a buyout by the parent and not drop-downs...
@@@@@Houston billionaire Richard Kinder is consolidating his pipeline empire to strengthen it for growth as the U.S. shale drilling boom opens up $1.5 trillion in potential purchases and expansion projects. Kinder Morgan Inc. plans to acquire all of Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP (KMP) , Kinder Morgan Management LLC (KMR) and El Paso Pipeline Partners LP (EPB) in a series of transactions valued at about $44 billion, according to a statement yesterday. The move by Kinder, who controls the entities through his 24 percent stake in the parent company, runs counter to the industry trend of spinning off pipelines and oil terminals into tax-advantaged partnerships that funnel cash to investors. By simplifying his empire's corporate structure, Kinder will lower borrowing costs and unify the company under a single stock that he can use as currency to buy competitors.The consolidation will make it easier and more profitable for Kinder "to pursue expansion and acquisitions in a target-rich environment," the company said in a slide presentation published on its website yesterday.
virtually anything in midstream area... hmmm
@@@@@Kinder Morgan Inc. as a combined company would be able to make sizable acquisitions in the natural gas and crude oil pipeline and processing sector, Chief Executive Officer Rich Kinder told investors on a conference call on Monday. “We have such a broad platform, virtually anything in the midstream area would fit us,” Kinder said.
So all those spirit warriors aka deceased are just sitting up there in heaven twiddling their thumbs until the real battle begins? Must get pretty boring waiting an eternity for Armageddon to arrive. Or maybe they have hobbies like playing bridge and poker or knitting...
Craft booze reminds me a lot of the craft brewing business that rocketed into the mainstream a couple of decades ago...Anyone know of any craft distillers set to do an IPO?
I still say Muskovskaya Russian vodka is the real deal though... of course it's gotta be straight up, direct from the freezer.
@@@@@@While the biggest vodka producers continue to dominate the landscape, American craft distillers are showing serious gains. According to DISCUS, there are over 500 craft distillers operating in the U.S. market. The vodka market’s biggest gains were made by Tito’s, with volume sales growth of 68% according to Euromonitor International. Experimenting with various vodka flavors continues to be popular in the craft vodka market. While Tito’s does not have any plans to experiment with different flavors, California based Hangar 1 vodka produces flavors such as Mandarin Blossom and Maine Wild Berr
I'll let the expert analysts wake up, read the news, and crunch numbers on any buyout valuation. But I'd think 15% premium on the recent price would be the minimum for this gem... so yeah ~50 sounds good.